The Tuesday Push: Mytown.ie


21 Jul 2009

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This week’s Tuesday Push is an interactive community website for 170 towns across Ireland, Mytown.ie – the most popular local community website in Ireland.

Mytown.ie provides users with a central resource to find local information and provides businesses with an opportunity to advertise online to a locally targeted audience.

Mytown.ie is the most popular local community website in Ireland – visited by over 50,000 people per month (unique visitors, June 2009).

The website provides local information about each Irish town, such as weather forecast, news, events, attractions, maps, and business listings. Users can interact through use of local chat forums, photo galleries, events calendar and classified ads – all of which are free services.

For businesses, advertising on mytown.ie offers a unique opportunity to capture their local market online. Setup of advertising and listings is simple and mytown provides a week of free advertising for a new business to see the results.

Mytown has recently been accepted on to the Genesis Enterprise programme in Cork and is continually developing and improving the services it offers based on the needs of users and advertisers.

What are your views on Mytown.ie?

Tuesday Push, an initiative by Gordon Murray and Damien Mulley at TuesdayPush.com, has joined forces with siliconrepublic.com as part of its Digital21 campaign for a National Digital Development Plan.

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